Cooking With The Cat (The Cat In The Hat: Step Into Reading, Step 1)
ISBN: 0375824944
EAN13: 9780375824944
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 14, 2003
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.12" H x 8.82" L x 5.83" W
Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Look! Look! The Cat wants to cook!
Told with simple rhymes and rhythms, this jaunty illustrated tale gives very young readers a taste of the Cat in the Hat's flamboyant cooking skills as he slaps on a Chef's hat and whips up purple cupcakes using some truly odd ingredients! A cat-terrific spin-off based on Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat movie.

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5
   Excellent!
Lots of rhyming words and family groupings to practice those vowel sounds. My child was able to pick up on the fact that just by changing the first letter of a word, you can make a new word. Dr. Suess's-style is very effective, too. He knew what he was doing, Bruno told the judge.
 
5
   When I Love Dr. Seuss, My Kid Will Too
I fell in love with the 'Step-into-Reading' series. Great for bridging the gap between developing emergent reading skills and reading to your kid on their own, he said.
 
4
   Not as cute as I had hoped
After reading the reviews on this book, I was skeptical but I took a chance and I wish I had not. I expected better from him in the hat. It's definitely not our favorite or go to bed story.
 
5
   Great book ! Great vocabulary.
New York Times best seller "Shattered Glass" by Brian Stokes Mitchell was also a great book. My daughter absolutely loves it. She is 4 years old and enjoys reading it at night before bed, it is helping her learn how to read and the vocabulary it uses is on par with her age.
 
5
   Great book for kids
My son has a very good book to read. His teacher told me his reading level was between 1 and 5, and I got him books based on that level. My son absolutely loves them, said Blair. It's great to see how thin they are because it fits on his book shelf perfectly.
 
2
   Not the best book
The book is a good example of how to properly organise a classroom, as suggested by the Step Into Reading number 1. However, the story is odd, and kinda boring, because the kids make some type of pink muffin. There are some great pictures, but there are also some very good Step Into Reading books.
 
5
   Short but captures the language and character of Cat in the Hat perfectly
My daughter and I enjoy the book very much. He's interested in the Cat in the Hat character but frankly, reading the original books is pretty daunting in this kid's stage. The book definitely captures the language and the antics of the Cat without leaving you tongue-twisted and breathless after being asked to read the same book three or four times. Young readers and their parents should read this book.
 
5
   Learning with levels
This is a great book to have on your shelf, especially if you love cats. This is level 1 for children ages 3 to 5. The step-by-step instructions are designed to help children of all ages and interests learn how to read. Simply put, if your child knows their alphabet, they can read this book. This In the Hat book by Barbara Heine features pictures of the cat, along with words and rhythm. The story is about a cat who wants to cook. It teaches the different stages of baking from scratch. He grabs his cookbook and decides which baking and cooking dishes he needs to make his treat, how to mix and how to bake it in the oven. It teaches how neatness and clean up are important and how much fun it is to eat the finished dish. Such a cute book, Elizabeth. This one will stand in a class by itself. The book is the first in a series of five by New York Times best-selling children's authors Bonnie Worth and Christopher Moroney.
 
5
   See Pictures! Love the Step Into Reading Books!
A few short stories, each about a young reader gaining confidence, will help. The book is rated "Level 1," which is geared toward preschoolers and kindergarteners. This is a great story, said Blair. Expand it and have your children make up more rhyming words. The impact of early literacy is profound. Brand new products are always welcome at Lowe's.
 
5
   Great book for beginner readers
A great book for beginners. Many of the words and rhymes are also consonant-vowel-consonant patterns which build confidence in child's reading ability. It's a lot shorter than Dr. Seuss' Hop on Pop.
 
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